A summary of ‘Gita’ in three languages released in digital media by Shirdi Saibaba foundation

The “Shirdi Saibaba Foundation” and “Orient Trade link Limited” have come together to release 'Gita

The “Shirdi Saibaba Foundation” and “Orient Trade link Limited” have come together to release ‘Gita’ the summary of the “Srimad Bhagwad Gita” in Sanskrit, Hindi and English languages, through digital media platform with a view to take this scripture to large number of people, especially the younger generation.

Aushim Khetrapal has lent the voice for English version, while Vikas Kapoor and Randeep have recorded the Gita in Hindi and Sanskrit respectively. The music has been scored by Amar Prabhakar Desai. The digital version of Gita was recently released in Mumbai.

On the occasion Aushim Khetrapal, Project Director of “Shirdi Saibaba Foundation” (SSBF) said that now a days, the people, especially the younger generation is forgetting the religion, art, culture and ethics.

The Bhagwad Gita, a 700 verse Sanskrit scripture, which is part of the epic “Mahabharata”, is very important and sacred scripture. It presents a synthesis of Hindu ideas about religion. With a view to make it available in simple language, it has been released in three languages and due to digital platform, it can be heard anywhere anytime.

I liked the advice of Gita that ‘When I will change, you will change and when you will change the world will change’. It is our attempt to reach Gita to every household”.

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